As part of the Azure Enablement Show I had the chance to speak with Jack Tracey and Jan Faurskov on how you can deploy Azure Landing Zones using Azure Bicep. We created a short video series on this topic with some live demos!
Introduction to Azure Landing Zones Bicep
Azure Landing Zones are a great way for organizations to build their platforms using Microsoft Azure. In this episode of the Azure Enablement Show, Thomas is joined by Jan and Jack, from the Azure Landing Zone Bicep team for the first of three episodes that will help you deploy your Azure Landing Zone using Bicep. Be sure to watch the next two episodes, in which Jan and Jack take a deep dive and give a demonstration of how the deployment is achieved.
Azure Landing Zones Bicep – Enabling platform services
In this episode of the Azure Enablement Show, Thomas is joined again by Jack Tracey & Jan Faurskov from the Azure Landing Zones Bicep team to talk about how to use ALZ-Bicep to deploy the platform services that are part of the Azure Landing Zone Conceptual Architecture. Be sure to watch episode one (Introduction to Azure Landing Zones Bicep) before watching this episode.
Azure Landing Zones Bicep – Enabling landing zones
In this third and final episode of the Azure Landing Zones Bicep series, Thomas is joined again by Jack Tracey & Jan Faurskov from the Azure Landing Zones Bicep team to talk about how to use Azure Landing Zones Bicep to enable an application or workload landing zone. Be sure to watch the first and second episodes before watching this one.
Resources and links
If you want to learn more, check out the following resources:
- What is an Azure landing zone?
- Azure landing zones – Bicep modules design considerations
- Azure Landing Zones Bicep GitHub repo
- Azure Landing Zones Bicep Deployment Flow
- Azure Landing Zones Bicep Wiki
Nicely done, guys! A wealth of information in those videos!